While living in the limelight all the time has not been easy for Meghan and Harry, today the couple are better. The removal of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from British royal life would have given them the necessary impetus to dream up many projects again. So much so that the couple “prosperous” more than ever, according to Omid Scobie, author who signed the book Finding Freedom with Carolyn Durand, devoted to Meghan and Harry and published Tuesday, August 11 in bookstores.
Invited to speak on the American show Lorraine on Tuesday August 11, he explained that the tandem considered the possibility of returning to royal duties: “I think they have talked a lot about the number of doors that would open if they were coming back (note: within the British royal family), and I think that shows how close Harry is to His Majesty. But I think the couple are very focused at the moment. They have already been able to move up their charity. ”
A life away from prying eyes?
Omid Scobie continues: “We heard Harry talk about racism and racial abuse in a way we have never heard before, Meghan has found a much stronger voice within the institution. I think that says a lot about how the couple is going and how it is within their family as well. ”
Installed in North America since last January, Meghan and Harry should therefore stay there with their little Archie. If they stay away from the media, their life still arouses the curiosity of the general public. And to protect his beautiful, the duke is ready to do anything: in Finding Freedom, we learn that Prince Harry ordered the Buckingham Palace press team to ensure that intimate photos of his sweetheart and him, taken while on vacation in Jamaica in 2017, were never published.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, Queen Elisabeth II of Angleterr © Agency